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Google To Pay News Corp For Service; Inks Deal For Three Years

Google has signed a three-year deal with mass media corporation News Corp., where the former will be paying for the news. The deal includes a subscription-based plan as well as a revenue-sharing model. Interestingly, the decision comes after a long pitched battle where the tech giant restricted Ad revenue thrived news portals. Moreover, Australia proposed a law that requires search engines and social media sites to pay for news outlets.

Thu, 18 Feb 2021 - 01:13 PM / by Ronit John

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